Le Creuset Is Releasing a New Line for Disney-Lovers

updated May 1, 2019
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Le Creuset has been showing some serious love for Disney lately. In February, the French cookware brand teamed up with Williams Sonoma to release a brilliant blue soup pot to celebrate the live-action debut of Beauty and the Beast. Then, just seven months later, Le Creuset came out with yet another limited-edition Dutch oven — this time in yellow and also for Beauty and the Beast.

Maybe you missed out? Or maybe you’re just not a fan of Belle? Then you’re in luck! Because on Friday, November 17, Le Creuset is releasing another Disney collaboration — and this time, it’s highlighting a different iconic story. Here’s a hint: It might make you Happy or Grumpy. Or, um, Sneezy?

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The collaboration is in honor of the 80th anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. There are two limited-edition sets, launching next Friday (November 17) on LeCreuset.com and Saks.com. One set (above) features a giant cast iron apple cocotte with a Snow White charm and tea towel for $230. The other (below) comes with the same tea towel and charm and a smaller, more affordable stoneware cocotte for $55.

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If you’re a serious Snow White fan, you might even want to get to New York City, where the Saks’ annual holiday windows will feature the famous fairytale. The store will also have other brand partnerships and special Disney-themed breakfasts at Café SFA. Plus Snow White, the prince, and Dopey will make special guest appearances from Saturday, November 25 through Sunday, December 31.

In case Le Creuset is taking suggestions for future Disney partnerships, we’d love to see an enameled cast iron Aladdin lamp and a Tangled frying pan.

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Does this collaboration make you Grumpy or Happy?